Foresight Institute

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The Foresight Fellowship

Foresight Institute is a leading non-profit researching and fostering technologies of fundamental importance for the human future, focusing on molecular machine nanotechnology, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence.[1]

30 Years of Foresight

Timeline 1986 – 2016

  • Part I – The Ultimate Manufacturing Technology
  • Part II – Promoting Understanding, Building Community
  • Part III – A Roadmap
  • Part IV – Moving Toward a World of Human Flourishing[2]

Fellowship class of 2018

"The Foresight Fellowship is an exclusive one year supportive program committed to giving change-makers the support and mentorship to accelerate their bold ideas into the future. Our mission is to catalyze collaboration among leading young scientists, engineers, and innovators who are working on emerging new technologies that have the power to transform society. Since 1993 Foresight Institute has been rewarding those who are making strides in the field of Nanotechnology with the Feynman Prize. In 2016, one of our former Feynman Prize winners, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work with molecular machines. Foresight Institute recognizes that providing a strong network and knowledge base for new fellows to access will accelerate their missions and reflect our goals to further support those making important strides in a variety of fields."[3]

- From the Prizes and Fellowship Page of the Official Website

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